The Sandtrap Inn
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... it started raining just as we got to the the RV park at Cannon Beach. Even worse, we had a very uneven site and tried unsuccessfully for at least an hour to use our automatic leveling system. The RV went up and down, groaning and listing (or maybe that was me groaning) as the jacks lifted the wheels off the ground trying to level the RV. (The wheels lifting off the ground would prove to be a future problem.) We gave up on that site and moved across ...
... with its bronze statue of Lewis and Clark and their dog, Seaman, which made the whole journey with them! The Salt Works were important to the expedition since salt was vital for preserving the food during the winter and their travels. Cannon Beach was our destination for the evening. We stayed at Tolovana Inn, and devoured homemade chili and clam chowder soup at Bill's Tavern, the only restaurant that hadn't rolled up its sidewalks yet! ...
... sea lions! We headed over to the Port of Astoria parking lot and went to the shore to see the sea lions lying out on a dock. There was one dock that we could walk out on to get a little closer, but unfortunately, we were still a good distance away. Although we couldn’t see them well, we could certainly hear them. I used a 200-mm lens to get some decent shots of them and then we got ready to leave Astoria.
... in various states of public decomposition. Most had plastic flowers out front, some of which had died. I said to Alan, “I wouldn’t stay here if I was alone”. He said “Me neither”. We left.
We pressed on and snatched the last spot at Midway RV “Resort” a bit farther up the road. It was clean and the clientele seemed to be breathing, heck we even got cable TV in the deal.
When you are on the ...
... world). There was a replica of the camp where they stayed for four rainy and abysmal months before heading back east. The kids participated in the 9-12 year old junior ranger program there, and each of them purchased their first US National Park passport and are now eager to visit the multitude of national parks, monuments and recreation areas throughout the US. What a gift for our kids!
Well, more to follow later (and hopefully a bit shorter). Lots of love, ...
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